Larkhall (1859)

Young men and women are calling upon their ministers, elders, or men of standing in the church, inquiring the way of salvation. Anonymous letters are addressed by individuals to their minister, earnestly entreating him to pray for them at home, and at the morning meetings. Men stand up at these meetings and tell what the Lord has done for their souls. The pressure of attendance at the united prayer-meeting on Sabbath evening, which was held in the Established Church, was so great, that many could not be admitted, and had to leave-1200, at least, must have been in church.

From 'The Revival Newspaper,' Volume i, p125.

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